> > > Intel's driver doesn't like type casting, so the filter wouldn't compile on my > > laptop > > > with Intel graphics. > > > > > > Now it should work. > > > > > > I think that some Linux drivers (especially from intel) are even pickier. So who > > > knows if it works there without additional modifications. I don't have linux > > outside > > > of a VM any more, so I can't test it... > > > > > > I'm updating the original post with the updated version too. There shouldn't be > any > > > reason for the older one to exist. > > > > > > This version is slightly different. It's slightly better organized (the stuff I > > > added...), the defaults are more sensible (not as much saturation boost, not > quite > > as > > > sharp), and of course my laptop likes the fragment shader now. > > > > You ported this over or Timothy Lottes did? > > > > I would like to add this to here. > > https://sites.google.com/site/o0kinghanco0o/crt-geom-alternative-downloads > > > > Before doing so I needed to know. > > Timothy Lottes wrote the whole thing. I added a couple of easy extras like the > saturation/tint stuff + contrast boost. But basically I just fudged his work to make > it work with what the GLSL system provides to shader. > > But don't put it up anywhere right now. The bloom stuff will be added tomorrow > probably and hopefully I can figure out the firefox overlay thing R.Belmont mentioned > above. So you should wait until then at least.